Category: Data

FAIR data, not necessarily open

Applied data science, machine learning, and artificial intelligence research often require computational use of data. FAIR data is machine findable, accessible,...

Data
Learn with the Libraries: Fall 2020 Workshops

Learn with the Libraries: Fall 2020 Workshops

New online opportunities to build your skills

Even though we are not all on campus this fall, you can still Learn with the Libraries! Click on a workshop...

Social sciences
Learn with the Libraries: Summer 2020

Learn with the Libraries: Summer 2020

New online opportunities to build your skills

Even though we are not all on campus, you can still Learn with the Libraries this summer! Click on a workshop...

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News from the MIT Press

Spring 2020

The MIT Press is committed to reimagining what a university press can be. This spring, the Press is delighted to announce...

 Bibliotech
Globus now freely available for COVID-19 researchers

Globus now freely available for COVID-19 researchers

Learn how you can access the data transfer platform

Are you working on COVID-19 and have large data you need to move about? Globus is here for you! Globus allows...

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Is your data FAIR or FOUL?

Is your data FAIR or FOUL?

Data Management Services can help you optimize your data

Have you ever tried working with data that is Frustrating, Obfuscated, Unmanaged, and maybe even Lost? FOUL data can negatively impact...

Data
Make your research more reproducible

Make your research more reproducible

Join the Libraries for a series of workshops in January

Reproducibility is a hot topic. A 2018┬áNature special issue on challenges in irreproducible research noted that “there is growing alarm about...

Data
The Computational Library

The Computational Library

A Q&A with Heather Yager, associate director for technology

Heather Yager leads Digital Library Services, which provides technology strategy and planning, software development, user engagement, and web services in support...

 Bibliotech